DECO Laser Level for Scales
Extra long leveling screws allow use with leveling pads. Includes laser, laser leveling platform and four laser gauges.
Never wonder if your scales are level again! Perfect for scaling your race car, these DECO laser level kits are sure to prevent inaccurate or inconsistent reads. Make sure your chassis setup is right the first time with DECO laser leveling kits. These laser systems will help you level weigh pads, roll-off pads, and drive-on setup racks with their precise and always accurate sight. Easy-to-use and professionally approved, these scale level kits help you adjust all four of your vehicle scales to the same height. Improve your setups for the ultimate handling of your circle track race car, Test! - Don't Guess!, with DECO chassis tools.
- Includes laser, laser leveling platform and four laser gauges
- Provides accurate and consistent reads
- Helps to level weigh pads, roll-off pads, and drive-on setup racks
- Sold as a Kit
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- This product is discontinued.
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